What’s Sainte-Maure de Touraine like? This is a young and fresh cheese with a gentle, comforting taste.
Where’s it from? Made within certain regions of the departments of Cher, Indre and Loir-et-Cher.
Packaging: A whole cheese of 150g wrapped in wax-coated paper. Selles sur Cher is UNPASTEURISED.
Sainte-Maure de Touraine is the second most popular goat’s cheese in France so deserves two pretty spectacular wines. Enter the award-winning Domaine Michel Girard Sancerre and Domaine Fevrie Muscadet. Alternatively, a fantastic Sauvignon Blanc, the Domaine Michel Girard Sancerre definitely won’t disappoint with its slightly flinty and citrus flavours. A Sauvignon at its best! Domaine Fevrie Muscadet is a stunning dry, organic white wine. Packed full of fruit, coupled with a lovely mineral character, this white wine was produced in a vineyard in the Loire Valley – along with Sainte-Maure de Touraine AOC.
Try it in this recipe for Stuffed Pancetta wrapped Pork Loin. Pork loin is one of the easiest cuts of meat to cook for dinner as it slices up nicely and is juicy and tender.
As these goat’s cheese balls are baked rather than fried, they’re a lot lighter and allows you to keep the freshness of the goat’s cheese flavour.
These goat’s cheese and pistachio balls make an excellent starter, or a snack for evening entertaining. The tangy, creamy goat’s cheese compliments the savoury, salty, nutty pistachio flavours. The green colour really adds some pizzazz!
If there’s a better combination than goat’s cheese, beetroot and walnut we’re yet to find it. Try it in this amazing salad.
Doesn’t chicken stuffed with goat’s cheese sound an absolute delight? How about wrapped in crispy prosciutto? Delicious!
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